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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Dallas Federal Reserve
As a job-creating entrepreneur out here in the hinterlands, I am amazed at the Keynesian priests in Washington calling for more stimulus fueled by debt.
Rick Perry has pole-vaulted over Willard "Mitt" Romney to become the top Republican to face President Obama on Election Day 2012. Texas' governor beat Massachusetts' former governor 29 percent to 17 percent among Republicans, Gallup reported Wednesday. Mr. Perry deserves this distinction. While he lacks the pro-market purity of the late Milton Friedman, Mr. Perry's record should satisfy limited-government conservatives far more than Mr. Romney's.